Matchmaking companies are devoted to finding suitable romantic partners for their customers.
They interview and then use personal information about their clients in order to pair appropriately matched people.
The service screens and researches matches for you and then notifies you via mail or phone that your match is ready.
Unfortunately, computers choke on division by zero and being mean to our server would ruin our “no computers were harmed in the coding of this website” certification. The words had already been carved into electrons and thrust onto the internet for our future grandchildren to see.
allows users to create a free online dating profile and search other users' profiles free of charge.
However, only paying members can email other users—which is essential to making a connection. I've decided that Match cannot make money if you actually find someone. They use "success stories" to convince you that you'll win, but if everyone "won" (and found a match), they would be out of business.
The cost structure allows users to pay per month or for several months at a time. He kept telling me how great I was, how much he liked me, and, finally, that he had taken down his profile on Match because he wanted to see only me. It has to be part of their algorithm to make it take a good, long while until you actually find a match.